Our DL is losing the battle at the point of attack. Consistently. I've decided this is the number one area of crap on our defense. If you lose that battle, your LBs can't make plays, your DBs are having to support against the run, and we are toast. It's bad enough that the spread teams out speed us badly. But if they are getting all their blocks up front, the space then makes the back 7 look like crap. At DT, here is how our snaps have gone so far: Tupou 240 Bonsu 293 Solis 113 Hennington 101 Kafovalu 111 858 snaps 565 snaps by true freshmen. 67% Currently, much higher percentage being taken (last few games) Note that Kafovalu recently took the starting job inside, moving from the outside a few games ago. It's now two TRUE frosh up front in the starting roles... Has any team ever started two true freshmen up front? You'd expect this number to be 0. Your 5th class should not be playing the one position on the field that demands a Physical Specimen more than any other. Next year's DC will enjoy a much improved situation. You got 4 True freshmen competing going forward who should all get much stronger and much more familiar with good technique. Cabral didn't forget how to coach LB's. But when the front 4 are losing the point of attack, his guys look ridiculous. This will be the #1 area to fix and will see the most improvement. Should see huge improvement and be a solid core for 3 more years.